Pottery Workspace for the Masses
Hoi Polloi \ˌhȯi-puh-ˈlȯi\ noun plural: Greek, the many, masses, riff raff, rabble, ordinary people, the general populace, the great unwashed, commoners…
We are an open pottery workspace in North Boulder, Colorado for people who need a place to work.
We value the HOI POLLOI, the Masses, and the diversity that they bring to our community, and we welcome everyone into our ceramic studio, whether it’s through monthly membership, drop-in studio sessions, or individual lessons.
Tiffany Crowder was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and currently lives in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Crowder has pursued artistic and creative endeavors for much of her life, and continues to have a multidisciplinary approach to her current artwork. She is currently working in photography, mixed media painting and sculpture.
The artist graduated from the University of Colorado - Boulder in 2009 with a Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA) in Studio Art and a Bachelor of Art (BA) in Art History. Crowder is an award-winning artist and has exhibited both nationally and internationally.
Crowder’s commercial photography can be found online at: www.crowdedstudiosphoto.com.
Carmen's Atelier is a CMT stands for Cut, Make and Trim. Cut means cutting the fabric and bundling it for easy organization, make indicates the actual sewing of the item and trim refers to attaching the final trims such as buttons, labels etc. along with pressing and packaging the final garments.
We have a list of sourcing materials and pattern makers.
We do Special Occasion Alterations and also teach the art or sewing